Every Year, a New Group of Girls Enters Middle School
with Negative Friendship Patterns. Adults Trying to Begin
Bullying Prevention with Girls This Age Struggle
Against Ingrained Patterns
Schools and youth organizations traditionally thought of female bullying as a ‘tween or teen thing and chose to focus their bullying prevention efforts on the middle school years.
Research has shown that relational aggression starts as young as age 2 1/2 – the time when girls start making friends.
Many Elementary Schools Have Learned to Successfully Teach Healthy Friendship Skills Early by Educating Very Young Girls About Emotional Bullying and Educating Them on Ways to Successfully Navigate Their Way Through It
Their girls are better equipped as they grow into their middle school years.
The great news is K-2 girls eagerly participate in and readily learn from early prevention techniques.
We Are Excited to Share with You What We’ve Learned
About Successfully Sparking Positive Friendship Behaviors
Among Your Grades K - 2 Girls
Through our years of experience, we’ve observed effective strategies and generated successful tips in cultivating positive relationship patterns among girls as young as kindergarten. We can’t wait to share them with you!
Join Us for This Content-Packed Call
In this call, you'll hear the answers to your questions about starting relational aggression prevention with girls in kindergarten, such as…
During this call, you’ll learn three compelling reasons to start relational aggression prevention in kindergarten, and how to do it right.
We look forward to talking with you in this call!
In peace and friendship,
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